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All academic classes will be held remotely for summer semester and course information indicates whether they have set meet times or no meet times. Physical access to Dayton and Lake campuses is restricted to essential personnel. Read more.

Academic Support

Remote Academic Support

For Tutoring Services, Math Learning Center, and University Writing Center

On this page:

Tutoring Services Appointment Scheduling

Tutoring Services works to provide support for frequently-requested courses numbered 3000 and below. Tutors and Study Coaches help students develop a deeper understanding of class material, and gain successful skills that can improve their overall GPA. They assess student academic strengths and challenges, and develop strategies for time-management, test-taking, text-book reading, memorization, and note-taking.

  • Tutoring appointments will be arranged for 1 hour per week of tutoring or study coaching per course at no charge.
  • Individual or small group tutoring is available by appointment. 
  • Students can request and be matched for appointments with Tutors and Study Coaches on staff throughout the term.  
  • Late cancellation and No Show fees of $30 per instance apply. 

Summer 2020 Update: Appointment requests and inquiries will be responded to Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. You can contact the Tutoring Services by leaving a voicemail at 937-775-5770 or emailing wsututor@wright.edu.

Schedule an online appointment

  1. Go to the Tutoring Services Online Request.​ 
  2. Enter information about the service you are requesting and your availability.
  3. Complete the Acknowledgments page.
  4. Click Submit.
  5. Email follow-up will be sent regarding your request.

How to prepare for your online appointment

  1. Review instructions for Blackboard Collaborate Ultra

If you need to cancel a Tutoring Services appointment:

  1. Email the Academic Success Centers at wsututor@wright.edu or call 937-775-5770.
  2. Email your tutor

You can use one message to email wsututor@wright.edu and your tutor. Either way, you must contact Tutoring Services to cancel.

Math Learning Center Appointment Scheduling

Schedule an online appointment

  1. Go to Bookings. Sign-in with your WSU Email.
  2. Select service. This is the course that you would like to receive tutoring for.
  3. Select an appointment time and day.
  4. Add your details and any notes. Please use your full name and WSU Email.
  5. Click “Book.”
  6. An email confirmation and meeting invite will be sent.

How to prepare for your online appointment

  1. Review instructions for Blackboard Collaborate Ultra

If you need to cancel a Math Learning Center appointment:

  1. Email the Math Learning Center at uc_mathlearningctr@wright.edu or call 937-775-2273.
  2. Email your tutor.

You can use one message to email uc_mathlearningctr@wright.edu and your tutor. Either way, you must contact the Math Learning Center to cancel.

Help with a quick math or statistics question

If you have a quick question and do not want to schedule an online appointment with a tutor, then asynchronous (not live) feedback will also be provided by the Math Learning Center. Please send any questions to uc_mathlearningctr@wright.edu and place the course title in the subject heading.

A Math Tutor will review your question, and provide written feedback. We know that responding promptly is important to you so we will make every effort to respond within 24 hours, but we cannot guarantee a response in that timeframe.

All questions are given a 30-minute review appointment. The Math Tutor will review as much as they can in the 30-minute session. If you need additional help or extended follow-up then please consider scheduling an online Math Learning Center Appointment.

University Writing Center Support

To request writing support from a Writing Coach, email writingctr@wright.edu. Please include:

  1. Your name (First and Last)
  2. Your Wright State email address
  3. Course number (if applicable) 
  4. Instructor name (if applicable) 
  5. Assignment due date (if applicable)
  6. Assignment guidelines (if applicable)
  7. Specific concerns, questions, and/or areas of focus
  8. Add attachment (.doc; .docx formats acceptable)

*There is no need to include your UID in your request.

A Writing Coach will review your request and attached document, and provide written feedback. You can expect a response from writingctr@wright.edu, with comments on a Microsoft Word document attachment. We know that responding promptly is important to you so we will make every effort to respond within 24 hours, but we cannot guarantee a response in that timeframe.

All requests are given a 60-minute review appointment, so please consider limiting the length of your document. Your Coach will review as much as they can in the 60-minute session, but we cannot guarantee they will make it through the entire document, particularly for longer assignments. Additional/follow-up sessions can be scheduled.

While we will not write or edit your work for you, working with a Writing Coach can help you recognize the strengths and weaknesses in a piece of writing, organize your ideas, develop content, and learn how to properly integrate and cite information from sources.

Please send any questions to writingctr@wright.edu.